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show with jon stewart -- the daily show with jon stewart. (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by comedy central >> jon: hey, welcome to the show. my name is jon stewart. boom! we got a good one for you tonight. tonight's guest, dennis leary will be joining us on the program. (cheers and applause) >> jon: monday denis leary, thursday sergeant first class leroy petry who is going to be receiving the medal of honor, one of the only living members of the military to receive it since the vietnam war, leary on monday, maeld of honor winner on thursday. it will be, the largest character gap we have ever had. (laughter) >> between guests. denis was wondering how i was going to get him today. anyway, took last week off. and had a great vacation. went away completely unplugged. no news, no tv, threw my cell phone in the ocean which caused some problems later but at the time felt pretty great. so let's plug back in, what i did miss? >> the president is worrying that we have just nine days to raise the debt ceiling or risk default. >> the numbers of jobs created last month, just 18,000, t
campaigner in iowa. jon: stewart rothenberg thank you. jenna: a teenager survives after a seriously rude awakening not from an alarm clock or anything like that but from a massive black bear. imagine waking up to find a 200-pound bear taking a bite out of your leg, jon. jon: that is an alarm clock with teeth. jenna: that's what happened to this 13-year-old boy camping in colorado this weekend. other campers scared the bear away. the teen says he was moments away from a far worst fate. >> he had to actual me out at one point, luckily my pajamas just broke, so he just took my pajamas. jenna: he went into the tent the bear did. there was some question of whether or not there was food inside the tent. wildlife officials used tracking dogs and eventually found this bear, they had to put him down. the boy was treated for cuts on his leg at a nearby hospital, later was released. quite he is okay. he has quite a story to tell in future years. the clock is ticking on the debt ceiling debate. one major credit rating agency is offering a radical new approach some say to save the u.s. economy. lit w
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